Serving the Lowcountry and Coastal Empire of Georgia and South Carolina.
Dr. Jules Victor III is a Savannah, Georgia native and has been a physician in Savannah for over forty years. For over three decades, Dr. Victor’s wellness strategies have helped thousands of patients regain their edge through optimal health. Dr. Victor's MDVIP practice improve patients’ health and improve patients’ life by taking a new attitude on healthy aging. His MDVIP Concierge Medicine practice allows a level of patient care that is superior to anything you have ever experienced. His approach to your wellness and goal in practicing medicine has always been to take the very best care of each of his patients. With more time to assess, educate and care for each of them, he can identify and prevent potential health risks through the Annual Wellness Program. Primary your time in the office will be better utilized to keep you healthy and care will be personalized to your needs. Working together, we can achieve the highest quality of life for you!
Glowing Reviews: Dr. Jules Victor III completed his residency at Memorial Medical Center in 1975, serving as Chief Resident of Internal Medicine. He started private practice in 1979 joining his father Dr. Jules Victor Junior, a beloved and well-respected member of Savannah’s Medical Community for over sixty years. Dr. Jules Victor III continued in his father’s footsteps of service to the Savannah community-serving as Chief of the Department of Internal Medicine of St. Joseph’s, and also as President of the Medical Staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital, just as his father had before him. He was one of the five founding members of SouthCoast Medical Group and was appointed the Medical Director for SouthCoast. He has graced the cover of Savannah Magazine and the South Magazine’s Doctors Issue.More Reviews
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In addition to the SouthCoast Health staff, all patients and anyone accompanying them must be wearing a mask to enter a SouthCoast Health office.SouthCoast Health Now Requiring Masks or Face Coverings Upon Entry to Our Facilities